Here are some pictures of the start of the install in my 2007 Tahoe. Plan on using a computer as the main source to a Alpine PXA-H900. Will also be using a DVA-9861 when I need to play a disc. For amps its a pair of Sinfoni 45x2 for mids and tweets, Sinfoni 90x2 for mid bass, and a Genesis Dual Mono for subs. As for as speakers I plan to use the Focal Be tweeters. For mids it's undecided, and mid bass Dynaudio MW-170. The rack in the pictures is going to go between the rear captains chairs.
Here is a picture of the finished bezel for the touch screen monitor. The unfinished part is going to be where the head unit is going to be located in the center console.
The three speakers are the Scan Speak 4" Revelator, Hybrid Audio Legatia, and Focal Be 3W2. Not sure which one I am going to use. I plan to give them all a good listen to in the car before installing the winer.
Sorry, edited my post above. I have a lot more done just need to take pictures. I should be installng the rack tomorrow and working on getting it wired up. All the wires are run, just need to get them hooked up. Should be deadening the doors and installing the MW-170s by the end of the day. Hope to have some more pictures up tomorrow.
For the crossover/eq I am using the H900 so I shouldn't have a problem there. Here are some more pictures.
The two Sinfoni 45x2 will be under the rear seats. You can see the mounting location and large cut our in the cover panel where they will be located. When all is said and done I will be dying (at least trying) the cover to match the carpet in the car.
The wiring between the two seats is where the amp/eq/computer rack is going to be.
Thanks. Well the right side is now done. Time to put the computer on the rack. As far as the aluminum on the rack, I will let you in on a secret. Its actually aluminum covered formica laminate. I built the rack out of plywood first then covered it in the laminate. Don't even ask how long it took. Too long. If I was to do it over again I would probably get the stainless version. The aluminum scratches real easy.
Nice work here! The formica does really give it that "functional" look and it matches great with the amps. Great attention to detail on all that you've done.
Will you be covering the center amp, or are you planning to trim the threaded rod? Just curious!